Omics Services

Start, run, and grow your Lab by implementing the Omics Services in your Lab!

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Get the training, support and, tools you need to build an Omics Center based on Mass Spectrometry detection in the field of Metabolomics, Lipidomics, and Proteomics.

Planning

In the first phase, we assist you in choosing the right experimental design based on your analytical questions.

Pre-processing

After conducting the experiments, we perform a pre-processing stage to verify that the results are suitable for further analysis.

Data analysis

We extract all valuable information with advanced techniques and perform the data processing phase.

Report

As soon as the data processing is completed, you will receive an unbiased report with your results.

Support

After you have read the report, feel free to ask us any questions you may have. We often recommend scheduling a meeting to ensure you get the most out of your results.

The systematic identification and quantification of the metabolome of a biological system at a given time point is called metabolomics. The metabolome is characterized by the totality of metabolites (chemical compounds) in an organism. The relative concentration of the metabolome directly reflects the biochemical activity and state of the cells. The metabolic profile is usually obtained with Mass Spectrometry techniques.

Your Omics Experts

May the force of metabolomics unfold the potential of your research.

May the force of metabolomics unfold the potential of your research

Metabolomics is an experimental technique increasingly used in biochemistry, biology, medicine, and environmental sciences to study living organisms.

This method measures the concentrations of many naturally occurring small molecules (called metabolites) in biological fluids. The fingerprint of the metabolites in the sample can be used to study the metabolic state. The relative concentrations of metabolites can then be compared between different populations to identify differences. A variety of biological fluids can be used for metabolomic analysis, including plasma, urine, and even liquefied tissue.

Metabolomics can be used to study subjects as diverse as:

  • health disease states
  • pharmacology
  • nutrition
  • toxicology and
  • genetical phenotypes

One particular application is the study of human disease states to find unique patterns of metabolites that can be used as diagnostic biomarkers of specific diseases.

We support your research needs and strive to maximize your project’s outcome.

As a company, we are committed to maximizing the outcome of your projects and can assist you from the design of experiments to the interpretation of data. We Can Help you gain deeper insight into your studies’ mechanisms.

Planning

In the first phase, we assist you in choosing the right experimental design based on your analytical questions.

Pre-processing

After conducting the experiments, we perform a pre-processing stage to verify that the results are suitable for further analysis.

Data analysis

We extract all valuable information with advanced techniques and perform the data processing phase.

Report

After the data processing is completed, you will receive an unbiased report with your results.

Support

After you have read the report, feel free to ask us any questions you may have. We often recommend scheduling a meeting to ensure you get the most out of your results.

Metabolomics Applications

We have extensive experience applying and researching metabolomics in a variety of studies.

Its application can improve and support the scientific community for:

  • discovery and characterization of biomarkers,
  • development of diagnostics,
  • mode-of-action studies,
  • Characterization of microorganisms
  • underpinning new biochemical pathways contributing to biological cascades.

Metabolomics Methods

We apply advanced data extraction techniques to detect both known and unknown analytes in a dataset.

Why you should partner with us

  • A standard lead time of less than a month
  • Direct collaboration with our metabolomics experts
  • Customized methods optimized to your needs
  • We have the expertise and knowledge in the field of omics technology!

We are leaders in the Greek market!

Segments of a Metabolomics Study

  • Robust experimental design for quantitative or semi-quantitative metabolomics analysis and
  • Advice on sample collection
  • Extraction of metabolites based on their chemistry
  • Measurement of metabolites using advanced LC-MS/MS
  • Data analysis, including heatmaps, Volcano plots, PLS-D, PLS-R, PCA, descriptive and univariate statistics

Targeted Omics Analysis

Our expertise is unique in the Greek market.

Trust our approach, gain our knowledge!

We can provide a broad range of targeted metabolomics services. We develop protocols, characterize targeted metabolic pathways, and set up the experimental design for semi-quantitative and quantitative analysis of different known molecular sizes using advanced LC-MS/MS systems. Usually, the mass analyzers, triple qudropoles and time of flight, perform either in the positive or negative mode, in ESI or APCI ion source conjugated with U(H)PLC chromatographer in reversed or normal separation phase. The defined molecules are lipids, proteins, and metabolites of specific biochemical pathways. In some specific cases, the quantification of metabolites may happen by using labeled stable-isotope internal standards.

The possibilities are vast and we offer personalized services to achieve the optimal results for your experiments.

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your research in detail.
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Non-Targeted Omics Analysis

Target Analysis provides cost-effective, reliable and precise untargeted metabolomics.

We provide services to set up a proper experimental design to perform an instrumental analysis and acquire the raw results. In untargeted metabolomics, we conduct data processing to detect and identify metabolites and molecules of interest in the control and test group, compare metabolite and metabolic profiles, and correlate biochemical pathways.

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